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CHAPTER V
PRIVATE LETTERS 1848-1857

Graves-Sawle.
[? WIMBLEDON, July 10, 1852]
Let me congratulate my very dear friend on Mr Sawle's success.(1) I do not mean his greatest... With sincere and hearty congratulations, believe me
Ever yours most affectionately,
W. S. L.
I am at Kenyon's : next week I shall be at Archdeacon Hare's, Hurstmonceaux, near Lewes.

To Mrs Paynter.
WARWICK, August 7 [1852].
DEAR MRS PAl'N'TER,
The death of poor, dear D'Orsay(2) fell heavily tho' not unexpectedly upon me. Intelligence of his painful and hopeless rnalady reached me some weeks before the event. With many foibles and grave faults he was generous and sincere. Neither spirits nor wit ever failed him, and he was ready at all times to lay down his life for a friend. I felt a consolation in the loss of Lady Blessington in the thought how unhappy she would have been had she survived him. The world will never more see united such graceful minds, so much genius and pleasantry, as I

1 Mr Charles Graves-Sawle was elected M.P. for Bodmin in July 1852.
2 Count Alfred D'Orsay died in Paris Aug. 4, 1852. He was born in 1798.

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